Receive sms gsm module using pic microcontroller

Receive sms gsm module using pic microcontroller, In this article you will learn how to receive sms using gsm and pic microcontroller. I have already posted many articles on gsm and gsm module interfacing with pic microcontoller. Many users have asked me to post article on how to receive sms using gsm with pic microcontroller. First of all to use gsm module like SIM900A, SIM900B or many other versions avail ...

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Esp8266 based home automation system using wifi

Esp8266 based home automation system project is designed to control home devices using Wi-Fi through a website or any android app which has internet connection. As you I have already posted a project on Bluetooth based home automation system and gsm based home automation system. Both these embedded system projects have limitation of distance and availability of network. For example in case of hc 05 based pr ...

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Ultrastable UHF transmitter – A super Tiny Radio Transmitter

Dire situations require unpleasant solutions, an excellent example of this statement is spying and we have seen what the NSA has done in this regard. It goes against proper ethical character, however, it might be needed in certain circumstances. Usually, the first thing a person who wants to spy would do would be to check and closely monitor the internet presence or life of the party being suspected and pos ...

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UART Example for PIC16F887 microcontroller using CCS PIC C compiler

The microcontroller PIC16F887 has a build in USART (Universal Synchronous/Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter) module. This module can be used as UASAT or UART. This small post shows an example for the usage of the UART protocol with PIC16F887 microcontroller. Hardware Required: PIC16F887 microcontroller MAX232 -- datasheet 4 x 10uF polarized capacitor Female COM port Breadboard 5V power source Jumper wires U ...

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IR Remote control transmitter and receiver using PIC12F1822 microcontroller

5-Channel IR remote control system using PIC microcontroller This topic shows how to make a simple infrared (IR) remote control system using the microcontroller PIC12F1822. This IR system has two circuits as known: IR transmitter circuit and IR receiver circuit. Both circuit based on the same microcontroller type which is PIC12F1822. This IR system uses NEC communication protocol. To see how the NEC protoco ...

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Tiny UHF Tracker Transmitter

This is a little circuit that could be used to track an object up to 400m. It is essentially an SAW stabilized OOK modulated RF transmitter. The modulation is done with two low frequency ultra low power oscillators that activate the transmitter every two seconds for a short period. With the setup shown here I got up to 400m range. Current consumption is about 180uA average so it'll work for a couple of days ...

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Infra-Red Transmitter using PIC12F675 microcontroller

Description This project uses a MicrochipPIC microcontroller and an Infra-Red LED to act as a PC controlled cable TV changer. Operation The purpose of this is so that my MythTVPersonal Video Recorder (PVR) can change channels on the cable TV set-top box when making a recording. A very simple program on the computer sends the channel number over RS232 to this PIC based IR transmitter which creates the correc ...

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Small 3-wheel ROBOT with PIC16F84 brain & InfraRed eyes.

General description erberes is a small three wheel robot that avoids obstacles which it senses with its active infrared sensors. Each rear wheel has its own motor, the single front wheel is not powered. The robot steers "like a tank" by rotating the rear wheels in opposite direction. The sensors are built with infrared LEDs which are running at 36kHz and two 36 kHz remote control receiver modules. When the ...

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IRMimic™ Trainable IR Remote Control Transmitter using pic microcontoller

IRMimic features: Simple to train - Can learn up to 16 IR commands, and each can be in a different format/protocol Two different operating modes - Keypad or MCU interface LED indicator output - Indicates training is complete Small size - 18 pin DIP IC Chip operates from 3-5 volts DC Standby mode permits battery operation Can learn many different IR remote control protocols.  Not limited to a few specific on ...

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Computer controlled infrared transmitter based on PIC

description This is a programmable infrared (remote control) transmitter, which can be controlled from a computer serial port. It is capable of sending many remote control formats, including the Philips RC-5 standard. Exact formats with the timing parameter names are shown on the pictures: operation The controller will accept commands on a serial port. Settings are: 19200 bps, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stopbit, ...

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